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Barbara Hutton, 1940.
Barbara Hutton, 1940.
Audrey Hepburn.
Audrey Hepburn.
Ruth Chatterton witk pekingese.
Ruth Chatterton witk pekingese.

Photo: Louis Smith.

Actress Ruth Chatterton,1892-1961.
Actress Ruth Chatterton,1892-1961.

Two Great Danes.

Danseres Anna Pavlova (1881 - 1931).
Danseres Anna Pavlova (1881 - 1931).
Princess Fawzia of Egypt.
Princess Fawzia of Egypt.

In compagny of her pekingese.

Lucille Ball with her dogs.
Lucille Ball with her dogs.
Lauren Bacall.
Lauren Bacall.
Grace Kelly.
Grace Kelly.
Doris Day.
Doris Day.

The dog is a Schnauzer pup given her by director Michael Curtiz, appropriately named Mrs. Mike.

Gloria May Josephine Swanson.
Gloria May Josephine Swanson.

Gloria and her pitbull, she was an American actress and producer best known for her role as Norma Desmond, a reclusive silent film star,

Bette Davis.
Bette Davis.
Buster Keaton.
Buster Keaton.

Hollywood acteur.

Buster Keaton with a dog.
Buster Keaton with a dog.
Buster Keaton and his bulldog.
Buster Keaton and his bulldog.
Buster Keaton with his dog, 1930.
Buster Keaton with his dog, 1930.
Buster Keaton and his dog, Elmer III
Buster Keaton and his dog, Elmer III
Buster and Eleanor Keaton.
Buster and Eleanor Keaton.

Together with their dog Elmer III at their Woodland Hills home.

Picasso & his dog 'Kasbel'.
Picasso & his dog 'Kasbel'.

Together with Dora Maar. Photo by Man Ray.

Picasso and 'Lump'
Picasso and 'Lump'
Pablo & 'Perro'.
Pablo & 'Perro'.

Pablo Picasso loved dogs and had many of them, but his Dalmatian , Perro', made it into a few of his later paintings.

Princess Elizabeth, 1936, aged 10.
Princess Elizabeth, 1936, aged 10.
Princess Elizabeth.
Princess Elizabeth.

Elizabeth and her father, the future King George VI, in London with Dookie and Crackers. July 1936 King George VI and then Princess Elizabeth sitting on a bench with their corgi dogs in the grounds of their London home.

Princess Elizabeth.
Princess Elizabeth.

Princess Elizabeth with two corgi dogs at her home, at Piccadilly, London July, 1936.

Princess Elizabeth.
Princess Elizabeth.

Elizabeth and the dogs during a summer holiday at Balmoral, 1976.

Elizabeth, the Queen Mother.
Elizabeth, the Queen Mother.

Elizabeth with her Dachshund, London, December 1958.

The Royal dogs.....
The Royal dogs.....

The Royal dogs descend from the plane Queen Elizabeth's corgis travel in style with one of the 'Royal Corgi Wranglers.

Felix Yusupov.
Felix Yusupov.

Felix and his French bulldog, Gugusse, posing for Valentin Serov at the Yusupov country estate, Arkhangelskoe, 1903.

Felix Yusupov.
Felix Yusupov.

Felix and his French bulldog, Gugusse, posing for Valentin Serov at the Yusupov country estate, Arkhangelskoe, 1903.

John F. Kennedy & 'Dunker'.
John F. Kennedy & 'Dunker'.

The Hague, 24 August 1937.

The Кennedy Family.
The Кennedy Family.
Billie Holiday.
Billie Holiday.

Billie together with her beloved Boxer Dog 'Mister', 1949.

A young, fresh-faced Shirley MacLaine with her boxer, Caesar, in California, 1958.
A young, fresh-faced Shirley MacLaine with her boxer, Caesar, in California, 1958.
Ginger Rogers with Pomperanian, 1932.
Ginger Rogers with Pomperanian, 1932.
Jayne Mansfield serenading her dogs.
Jayne Mansfield serenading her dogs.
Actress Betty White at home with her dog, Los Angeles circa 1952.
Actress Betty White at home with her dog, Los Angeles circa 1952.
Frank Sinatra playing cards with dog and being silly.
Frank Sinatra playing cards with dog and being silly.
Frank Sinatra & 'Ringo'.
Frank Sinatra & 'Ringo'.

At Sinatra's home in Palm Springs, California, USA.

Frank Sinatra with his dog Ringo.
Frank Sinatra with his dog Ringo.
Frank Sinatra & 'Ringo'.
Frank Sinatra & 'Ringo'.

At Sinatra's home in Palm Springs, California, USA.

Frank Sinatra with his dog Ringo.
Frank Sinatra with his dog Ringo.
King Edward VII, 1910.
King Edward VII, 1910.

Together with his dog 'Caesar', who is wearing his Faberge collar and who followed the King's coffin to Windsor for the royal burial.

Theodore (Teddy) Roosevelt.
Theodore (Teddy) Roosevelt.

President Theodore Roosevelt reads a book, while his dog Skip rests in his lap, in the doorway of the West Divide Creek ranch house in Colorado on September 12th, 1905.

Jimmy Carter.
Jimmy Carter.

American Presidents Jimmy Carter pictured on a childwood photo12 years old, with dog 'Bozo', 1937. It looks like a Jack Russell Terrier mix.

Anton & Maria with their dogs.
Anton & Maria with their dogs.

Anton Heyboer and Maria, one of his wife's. The most important animal in Anton's life was a dog, Kunti. She was a German dog, and the most gentle being ever. When Kunti died, Anton put her collar around his neck. He has held him for more than 10 years.

Anton Heyboer.
Anton Heyboer.

Here you can see that Anton is wearing the collar of Kunti.

Anton Heyboer.
Anton Heyboer.

Anton Heyboer decided in 1986 to take a different breed. That became German shepherds. He bought a nest of 7 puppies. From left to right: Joke holds Donau, Anton Volga and Amazone, Lotti Mississippi and Irtish, Maria Ganges and Lena (Irtish and Lena are rivers in Russia). Photo by: Olav Lammers.

Andy Warhol, his mother Julia and his dog Lucy ca. 1947-48
Andy Warhol, his mother Julia and his dog Lucy ca. 1947-48

Andy Warhol, his mother Julia and his dog Lucy ca. 1947 - 1948.

Andy Warhol and his dog.
Andy Warhol and his dog.

Photo taken in his Factory.

Andy Warhol & Dachshund.
Andy Warhol & Dachshund.
John Wayne & 'Duke'.
John Wayne & 'Duke'.

Airedale Terriër.

Harold Lloyd.
Harold Lloyd.

Lloyd and his Great Dane 'Prince', circa 1920.

Clark Gable
Clark Gable
Cary Grant.
Cary Grant.

Notice the little dog in his pocket.

Cary Grant.
Cary Grant.

Grand and his script advisor.....

Rock Hudson with Dalmatian.
Rock Hudson with Dalmatian.
Gene Kelly.
Gene Kelly.

Dancing with a White Shepherd.

Gene Kelly.
Gene Kelly.

Dancing with a White Shepherd.

Sylvester Stallone.
Sylvester Stallone.

A young Sylvester Stallone and his dog!

Humphrey Bogart & 'Zero'.
Humphrey Bogart & 'Zero'.

On set of 'High-Sierra'.

Humphrey Bogart takes a picture of his dog.
Humphrey Bogart takes a picture of his dog.
Humprey Bogart and great Dane
Humprey Bogart and great Dane
Humphrey Bogart.
Humphrey Bogart.

Humphrey Bogart with Scottish terriers, 1940.

John Lennon & 'Sally'.
John Lennon & 'Sally'.
Paul McCartney.
Paul McCartney.

Macca and his sheepdog, Martha, pose for the camera in 1960. Martha was the inspiration for McCartney's song, 'Martha My Dear'.

Bob Dylan
Bob Dylan
Walt Disney's family dog was a Poodle named Lady.
Walt Disney's family dog was a Poodle named Lady.
Walt Disney.
Walt Disney.

Promoting Lady and the Tramp.

Inspiration for Walt Disney....
Inspiration for Walt Disney....

One of Disney's main animators working on 101 dalmatians.

Salvador Dalí.
Salvador Dalí.

Dalí with his Afghan Hound during his stay in the United States,1940 - 1948.

Dali and his great dane
Dali and his great dane
Elizabeth Taylor.
Elizabeth Taylor.

Elizabeth Taylor from National Velvet, 1944.

Elizabeth Taylor.
Elizabeth Taylor.

Liz goes for a walk with 'Duke', her pet for one of her films. AP-Photo 1948.

Elizabeth Taylor.
Elizabeth Taylor.

Liz and her three dogs and a cat relaxing at home.

Liz & Dick.
Liz & Dick.

Elizabeth Taylor & Richard Burton with Pekingese pups, 1967.

Winston Churchill and 'Rufes'.
Winston Churchill and 'Rufes'.
President Roosevelt.
President Roosevelt.

President Franklin D. Roosevelt driving in his Convertible with his dog 'Fala' through Hyde Park.

President Harding.
President Harding.

President Harding with his dog 'Laddie' a Airedail Terrier.

Richard Nixo and 'Checkers'.
Richard Nixo and 'Checkers'.
President Lyndon Johnson.
President Lyndon Johnson.

President Lyndon Johnson howls with his dog Yuki at his ranch near Stonewall, Texas, as his grandson looks on, January 6, 1968 .

Humphrey Bogart and 'Mac'.
Humphrey Bogart and 'Mac'.

Mac was a Scottish Terrier.

Gary Cooper.
Gary Cooper.

Wirth one of the Sealyham Terriers he and his wife bred themselves.

Gary Cooper and dog.
Gary Cooper and dog.
Gary and Rocky Cooper, 1933.
Gary and Rocky Cooper, 1933.
Carry Cooper.
Carry Cooper.
Alfred Hitchcock.
Alfred Hitchcock.

The dog was a Sealyham Terrier called 'Sarah'.

Alfred Hitchcock.
Alfred Hitchcock.

The dog was a Sealyham Terrier called 'Sarah'.

Leonard Nimoy with his Dachshund.
Leonard Nimoy with his Dachshund.

Mr. Spock (Star trek)

Mark Twain.
Mark Twain.

A saying of Mark Twain: The more I learn about people, the more I like my dog

Ernest Hemingway.
Ernest Hemingway.
Louis Couperus & 'Brinoi'.
Louis Couperus & 'Brinoi'.

Dutch novelist and poet) with his dog a Dutch Shepherd. The photo was taken in the garden of antiquarian Mr. van Leeuwen, at the Noordeinde, The Haque, Holland.

Charles Dickens.
Charles Dickens.

Charles with his devoted dog Turk.

Anton Chekhov.
Anton Chekhov.

Chekhov (1860-1904) at his home in Melikhovo with his dachshund Quinine'', 1897.

Adolf Hitler with his dog.
Adolf Hitler with his dog.

Adolf Hitler’s favorite dog was an Alsatian Dog (German Shepherd) called Blondi. Adolf used Blondi to make sure cyanide capsules were lethal. He then used the cyanide to commit suicide when he saw it worked on Blondi.

Baron Von Richofen with his dog.
Baron Von Richofen with his dog.

Manfred Albrecht Freiherr von Richthofen, also widely known as the 'Red Baron', he was a German fighter pilot with the Imperial German Army Air Service during World War I.

Elvis Presley.
Elvis Presley.
Elvis Presley.
Elvis Presley.

The King sings 'Hound Dog'. The Steve Allen Show,1956.

Elvis Presley.
Elvis Presley.

The King smiles with his hound dog at the International Amphitheater in Chicago, 1957.

Audrey Hepburn.
Audrey Hepburn.
Billie Holiday and her dog.
Billie Holiday and her dog.
Nelson Mandela.
Nelson Mandela.

Together with his family's Rhodesian Ridgeback. Photo:Alf Kumalo.

Janis Joplin with a dog.
Janis Joplin with a dog.
Ozzy Osbourne.
Ozzy Osbourne.
Frida Kahlo with her dogs.
Frida Kahlo with her dogs.
Frida Kahlo with one of her dogs.
Frida Kahlo with one of her dogs.
Frida Kahlo with her dogs.
Frida Kahlo with her dogs.

Coyoacán,Mexico City, 1951. Photo © Gisèle Freund IMEC Fonds MCC.

Frida Kahlo.
Frida Kahlo.

Mexican artist, Frida Kahlo, laying in bed cuddling her beloved dog, a Mexican Hairless Dog.

Bruce Lee.
Bruce Lee.

Bruce with his brother Peter and his dog Bobo.

The Dalai Lama and his mother.
The Dalai Lama and his mother.

The dog is a Lhasa Apso. Photo taken around 1960.

Shirley Temple.
Shirley Temple.

Shirley Temple playing the piano with her dog, Ching Ching II, 1940s.

Marilyn Manroe.
Marilyn Manroe.

Marilyn makes friends with the dog used in the Jean Harlow session. Photo taken in 1958.

Marilyn Monroe and 'Hugo', 1957.
Marilyn Monroe and 'Hugo', 1957.
Gregory Peck.
Gregory Peck.
Gregory Peck with his beloved dogs.
Gregory Peck with his beloved dogs.
Gregory Peck.
Gregory Peck.
Barry Monilows.
Barry Monilows.

Bagel, Barry Monilows beagle.

Anne Frank.
Anne Frank.

Bron: Archive Anne Frank House.

Helen Keller.
Helen Keller.

Helen and her Great Dane, 1928.

Sigmund Freud.
Sigmund Freud.

Sigmund Freud didn’t have a dog in his life until he was in his seventies. Then like a lot of people who don’t discover the joy of dogdom until late in life, he fell wildly in love.

Sigmund Freud.
Sigmund Freud.

Sigmund Freud didn’t have a dog in his life until he was in his seventies. Then like a lot of people who don’t discover the joy of dogdom until late in life, he fell wildly in love.

Sigmund Freud.
Sigmund Freud.

Together with his chow chows, 1933. Sigmund Freud didn’t have a dog in his life until he was in his seventies. Then like a lot of people who don’t discover the joy of dogdom until late in life, he fell wildly in love.

Princess Wilhelmina, 1955.
Princess Wilhelmina, 1955.

She rode regularly in her 'Tonnea', a two-wheeled carriage, in the crown domains at 'Het Loo'. Here accompanied by her Terrier 'Blackie' and Samoyed 'Stella'.

Princess Wilhelmina with Samoyed.
Princess Wilhelmina with Samoyed.

A piece of history. Princess Wilhelmina with pups, 1958. Mother Ibur Stella is at her feet.

Jacques-Yves Cousteau.
Jacques-Yves Cousteau.

Jacques-Yves Cousteau (11 June 1910 – 25 June 1997) was a French naval officer, explorer, ecologist, filmmaker, scientist, and researcher who studied the sea and all forms of life in water. He was the most famous undersea explorer in the world, known by his dozens of books and films from the 1950s until his death in 1997. On the photo with his first wife Simone Melchior.